Twas the night before last night when all through the house Not a human was present they’d all been kicked out Some catnip was hung by the fireplace with care Against the front door leaned an old wooden chair Outside in the cold they stood wringing their hands One held a list on which wereContinue reading “The List”
My husband is industrious He always knows what’s good for us When our home the flies invaded From a swatter he upgraded Hit the local hardware store Bought some zappers and some more Fly tape was the most exciting To the flies it was inviting Sticky hanging gooey snare Caught my long and curly hairContinue reading “Fly Paper”
All my cats are indoors, outdoors, indoors, outdoors, indoors, outdoors. Or perhaps they’re outdoors, indoors, outdoors, indoors, outdoors, indoors?
My husband is a fan of joe But alone he thinks it’s slow Quart of creamer in your cup Guaranteed to wake you up Who needs caffeine when there’s sugar Two-thirds sucrose makes it gooder Salted Carmel is so sweet With some coffee would be neat He likes to cruise the dairy aisle Boring nonfatContinue reading “Creamer With Coffee”
This afternoon I fixed my entire screen door with it (and a few screws). It looks like shit but what can you do just before payday? Gorilla tape There’s no escape Like superglue It sticks to you Hard to unroll It I extol Does everything Its praise I sing Will fix your door And evenContinue reading “Gorilla Tape”
I’m stealing some stuff from my other blogs. We have ants – lot’s of ants here so I wrote this during one of the “invasions” we’ve had to deal with. Ant Invasion Crawling on my countertop Sugar ants they just won’t stop From the ground they formed a line Up the stairs they climbed andContinue reading “Ant Invasion”
Linda’s plate was full of food To her Mom it all looked good Little did her parent know All those green beans had to go What to do, there was no pooch No furry friend who liked to mooch Steak and salad with tomatoes Great big pile of mashed potatoes But the bane of thatContinue reading “The Case Of The Disappearing Vegetables”
The stories in between the lines. The ones we hold most close. The ones that tell on our deepest thoughts about ourselves and keep us awake at night. The ones we wake to in fear. The ones that haunt our dreams and leave us rife with emotion and in pain. Our deepest doubts about ourContinue reading “The Stories In Between The Lines”
As I go through my recently passed wife’s belongings, I find an old photograph of a dirt road I pick it up and gaze at the two dimensional image which seems to shift before my eyes The scene reaches out and invites me to come with it on a path to glory and contentment –Continue reading “The Road”
A poem from another blog.